Where there is a fire in a cargo and it is extinguished by releasing the ship’s CO2, how would the loss be adjusted?

The fire damage to cargo would be settled as particular average, while the damage done by the C02 would be settled as general average, since releasing C02 to save the cargo and ship is a general average act.

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